Snap reportedly dropped several senior officials after investigating a supposed scandal related to former world security chief Francis Racio, reported Maureen Farrell of the Wall Street Journal. closer, though on what specific conditions it was not immediately clear. Alex Heath of Cheddar also reported on Friday that Racioppi was released after investigating his undisclosed relationship with the woman who was not identified in any of the reports. Both The Journal and Chedar quoted sources familiar with the matter.
The snap of snap leadership on the incident also included Corri Vebek, former global sustainability manager, reporting to Racioppi and "trying to cover up the scandal." According to Chedar, Rachopi told the newspaper that he denies any violations and intends to challenge "the truth of the investigation as well as the results." Cedar said that neither Vebek nor Rachoppi responded to requests for comment Snap rejected Gizmodo's request for comment on the reported shots
Tanya Duda of Business Insider reported earlier this week but that Snap-led human resources chief Jason Halbert, of whom Racioppi reported, is also in the company of Snap "Mutual and Friendly." The journalist announced on Friday that he would remain in office until the company succeeded in replacing it. 19659004] Halbert, Tom Dotan, reported in 2017, is known for employee training sessions that include talks about "rapists and mass murderers," as well as sexual fantasies and orgasms. According to reports, Halbert's friendly relationship with co-founder and Snap CEO Evan Spiegel has retained his role for some time despite some really absurd reports of Halbert's alleged behavior. But the magazine reported on Friday that Spiegel had asked the head of the aircraft to leave Snap.
[Wall Street Journal, Cheddar]